I thought that would get your attention Nothing against the candidates so much, but I really am irritated with the way the democratic party has chosen to run itself this year. Because the Michigan Democratic Party decided to do an early primary to be at the same date as the republicans, the National Democratic party are not allowing Michigan delegates to vote at the convention. So, as it stands right now, Michigan will not be represented by the democrates at all this year. If I were voting democrate (and I frequently do, even though I am not for this primary), I'd be more then pissed. Hell, I am pissed. The republicans at least allowed states like Wyoming to get 50% of their delegates for going early against the wishes of the party. That is a hell of a lot more fair then no representation at all. Now, the MDP (Michigan Dem. Party) says to vote anyway, because chances are they will be able to negotiate some representation anyway, meaning that the delegates earned (even if it was only a %) would go to the candidate who won that state. However, because of no state representation, Other viable democratic candidates (like Obama and Edwards) are not even on the ballet, and Hillary is. So, this means that Michigan democrates are forced to vote Hillary if they vote for a front runner, and this means that by default she will get any Michigan delegates if we are represented at all. So, we are now in a rock and a hard place. If Michigan dems get no delegates, then we aren't represented at all. If they negotiate last minute and we get any delegates, then they all go to Hillary because the others weren't on the ballot, therefore unfairly swaying the nomination on a national level. This all may seem confusing, but when you understand it you realize how ****ed up this is. All I have to say is that I am glad I am not voting democratic primary this year. I recommend sending a letter if you are voting in this primary, because this is totally dicked up... C.